The Washington Football class of 2018 earned a huge boost from 4-star offensive guard Sam Taimani’s commitment to round out the offensive line.
The Washington Football team offensive line is getting seriously dangerous. And so, already boasting offensive tackles M.J. Ale and Matteo Mele, plus offensive guard Victor Curne, the team now has the commitment of 4-star offensive guard Sam Taimani of Salt Lake City, Utah.
After all, the Huskies have made significant strides in the class of 2018 in terms of offensive skill players. For some time, we knew the team added a pair of quarterbacks who both show promise of incredible upside in Jacob Sirmon and Colson Yankoff. The team has aerial attackers of wide receivers in Austin Osborne, Marquis Spiker, and Devin Culp. Plus the team has a stallion in running back Richard Newton.
On one hand, the last piece to the puzzle is how to protect all these weapons. On the other hand, the Washington Football solved that puzzle for 2018. In fact, the team has now added a fourth offensive lineman to the class of 2018. Who is he? Why, he’s offensive guard Sam Taimani. And he is a highly sought-after football prospect who has committed to the Washington Huskies.
There is no doubt about it, Sam Taimani is a huge “get” for the Washington Football team. He packs a lot of power in his 6-foot-2 frame. Even moreso, that power is delivered at the first burst out of his stance. Some refer to his nature as aggressive. It’s more than that. It’s a focused burst of power, a burst which places even the strongest defender on his heels. And that is exactly what Washington is looking for in the offensive line.
Taimani has the size and power to compete for a starting role as a true freshman. But don’t look for him to line up on the field in day one. He has lots to learn in his first season, and his plate will be rather filled from acclimating to the team and the playbook.